Here are a few ways to spend some purposeful time at the range:
1. Play holes on the range: envision playing holes at your home course. Hit the driver, fairway wood, iron, etc...
2. Practice your wedge game with intention. Hit each wedge switching targets and different length swings (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, full)
3. Change targets on each shot. We never have the same target twice on the course so switching often is more "course-like"
Each of these practice suggestions focus on variability and golf course situations. Try these next time you are at the range! Happy Swinging!
Tasha Browner Bohlig, PGA Director of Instruction, shares some golf tips to help you